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1996 Dodge Intrepid
The Intrepid was a full size four door sedan made by Dodge from 1993 until 2004. It is closely related to the Chrysler Concorde, Chrysler LHS, Chrysler New Yorker, and Eagle Vision.
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Using the front engine front wheel drive LH platform, the Intrepid's design was Italian-inspired. Its look was considered sporty when it made its way to dealerships for the 1993 model year. The ES model also offered sportier options, such as 16-inch wheels with better tires and four wheel disc brakes. The suspension was also stiffer for more comfortable aggressive driving. There was also an antilock brake option, along with a 3.5 L SOHC engine option, which offered maximum output of 214 horsepower. The best engine on the second generation models, sold from 1998 until 2004, was the 3.5L V6 which could make 242 hp. This engine was available on the R/T model. The SXT sold in 2003 had a similar engine that could make 250hp, considerable power even for a 4 door sedan. Although not as reliable as their counterparts from Toyota and Honda, if you're looking for a cheap but powerful used car the Intrepid is a good car for the job. There are plenty of used and aftermarket parts available out there if you're looking to "fix" one up. I've heard of someone putting a 5.8L V8 in the 1997 model, so there's obviously lots of room for tinkering. If you're looking to buy a used Intrepid, I'd suggest checking on eBay first. They tend to sell much cheaper on there, and it's really not any riskier than buying off a used car dealer in your hometown.
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